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Musclefood Irish Grass Fed Mince Steak for £10.

Add 10 x 400g packs to your basket and go to checkout.

Apply code: MDIGFSM4KG and it will discount £25.

Have to add more meat so total order value is £25 to make the order deliverable but still a good deal.

Had the mince before and it's really good!
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dobo#1
I can think of at least three things wrong with that title.
danbob2007#2
I get all my meat from Muscle Food, way cheaper than the supermarket and twice the quality!
abhi63 2 Likes #3
Looks good. Added 8 packs of Piri Piri thighs to make it up to £25 (excl postage)
Had the mince from Westin Gourmet last month. Great taste. I believe it's the same supplier


Edited By: abhi63 on May 02, 2014 15:39
kneale81#4
I got 10 x 400g last time this was posted - thanks for posting OP.
kneale81#5
Ordered another 10 packs and 8 packs of the piri piri thighs that are on offer too :p

You only have to spend £50 to get free delivery (normally £75) as it enables the free delivery before the code discount is applied.
escortboy#6
abhi63
Looks good. Added 8 packs of Piri Piri thighs to make it up to £25 (excl postage)
Had the mince from Westin Gourmet last month. Great taste. I believe it's the same supplier


Sames.
delboy_10#7
Sweet deal HEAT!
Chaseadeal#8
Just ordered great deal thanks
MRGRINGO#9
I got this deal last time and ordered steaks too. It was all really good.
peanuted#10
meat delivered in the post ! no thanks
Doods1875 4 Likes #11
peanuted
meat delivered in the post ! no thanks

I know. I mean, they just stick it in a brown envelope and shove it in a postbox?

U.N.B.E.L.I.E.V.E.A.B.L.E.
peanuted 1 Like #12
read their twitter page

its full of apologies to customers on failed deliveries and gone off meat

they have covered it up by posting loads of happy customers over the last few days

read from a week or so back


Edited By: peanuted on May 02, 2014 20:36
eset12345 1 Like #13
peanuted
meat delivered in the post ! no thanks

By courier, probably better than buying from a supermarket, where it could be left unchilled for ages, poked and prodded by multiple people, taken around the shop in trolleys and put back, then in to your hot boot for the journey home, left on the side whilst you make a cuppa etc etc

This will be from a chiller, in to cold boxes, to your door overnight, still chilled until it dies in to your fridge or freezer....
eset12345#14
peanuted
read their twitter page

its full of apologies to customers on failed deliveries and gone off meat

they have covered it up by posting loads of happy customers over the last few days

read from a week or so back


You mean the easter week? Where couriers failed to deliver the amount of parcels in the short week, where parcels could have been left for up to 4 days over the easter weekend. You mean that week?
AnimalMagic81#15
Anyone a regular buyer from this place? Used to use westin gourmet but they never delivered half the stuff and were just so bad at customer service it wasn't worth pursuing. Interested to know what these are like in comparison, especially if the meat comes from the same supplier
M0rg0th#16
I ordered 10kg of chicken breast from them when it was £42. Great service and great chicken.
eset12345#17
peanuted
eset12345
peanuted
read their twitter page

its full of apologies to customers on failed deliveries and gone off meat

they have covered it up by posting loads of happy customers over the last few days

read from a week or so back


You mean the easter week? Where couriers failed to deliver the amount of parcels in the short week, where parcels could have been left for up to 4 days over the easter weekend. You mean that week?

smart ass- like I said , read through the negative comments. the company blamed it on an office move. many people ordered over £50 of meat for it to go off. only to be snubbed at by customer service

And were they moving office? In which case, that coupled with the easter week, it's no surprise there were some issues.
therealslimkaty 1 Like #18
eset12345
peanuted
eset12345
peanuted
read their twitter page

its full of apologies to customers on failed deliveries and gone off meat

they have covered it up by posting loads of happy customers over the last few days

read from a week or so back


You mean the easter week? Where couriers failed to deliver the amount of parcels in the short week, where parcels could have been left for up to 4 days over the easter weekend. You mean that week?

smart ass- like I said , read through the negative comments. the company blamed it on an office move. many people ordered over £50 of meat for it to go off. only to be snubbed at by customer service

And were they moving office? In which case, that coupled with the easter week, it's no surprise there were some issues.

There shouldn't BE issues. If they were moving office, they shouldn't have been accepting and dispatching orders if there was a chance of delays. Added to that the Easter weekend, the company should have worked this out. I know couriers can be unreliable but the company has to take responsibility here.
peanuted#19
therealslimkaty
eset12345
peanuted
eset12345
peanuted
read their twitter page

its full of apologies to customers on failed deliveries and gone off meat

they have covered it up by posting loads of happy customers over the last few days

read from a week or so back


You mean the easter week? Where couriers failed to deliver the amount of parcels in the short week, where parcels could have been left for up to 4 days over the easter weekend. You mean that week?

smart ass- like I said , read through the negative comments. the company blamed it on an office move. many people ordered over £50 of meat for it to go off. only to be snubbed at by customer service

And were they moving office? In which case, that coupled with the easter week, it's no surprise there were some issues.

There shouldn't BE issues. If they were moving office, they shouldn't have been accepting and dispatching orders if there was a chance of delays. Added to that the Easter weekend, the company should have worked this out. I know couriers can be unreliable but the company has to take responsibility here.

exactly
peanuted#20
peanuted
therealslimkaty
eset12345
peanuted
eset12345
peanuted
read their twitter page

its full of apologies to customers on failed deliveries and gone off meat

they have covered it up by posting loads of happy customers over the last few days

read from a week or so back


You mean the easter week? Where couriers failed to deliver the amount of parcels in the short week, where parcels could have been left for up to 4 days over the easter weekend. You mean that week?

smart ass- like I said , read through the negative comments. the company blamed it on an office move. many people ordered over £50 of meat for it to go off. only to be snubbed at by customer service

And were they moving office? In which case, that coupled with the easter week, it's no surprise there were some issues.

There shouldn't BE issues. If they were moving office, they shouldn't have been accepting and dispatching orders if there was a chance of delays. Added to that the Easter weekend, the company should have worked this out. I know couriers can be unreliable but the company has to take responsibility here.

exactly

saying that though , the price of their peri peri chicken thighs is tempting me ha

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